The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, January 30, 1976, Page page 8, Image 8

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friday, january 30, 1976
page 8
daily nebraskan
tdbfe I Saying cheese brings more than smiles
By Lynn Roberts
Saying "cheese," should bring more than a smile
to your face.
An ancient way of preserving milk, cheese is
thought to have originated when someone stored milk in
a calf s stomach.
Though that may sound like a lot of bull, natural
cheese is formed by a bacteria in calves' stomachs that
coagulates warm milk and forms curds.
After curds have formed, they are processed to give us
one of the most versatile, enjoyable and healthy (calcium
and protein content) foods around.
Processed cheese is made by blending natural cheese
with emulsifiers and water.
Unprocessed cheese (cottage and cream), which is not
aged like processed cheese, does not keep well.
The first recipe is easy, but impressive. Although the
bread recipe is more tune-consuming, I think you'll find
it's worth it.
Edam Cheese Sprue!
Cut the top from a small Edam cheese at room temperature
and carefully scoop out contents. Mash with a fork (or a blender)
and add enough mayonnaise to make it of spreading consistency.
Add a dash of hot sauce, one teaspoon dry mustard and a few
drops of Worcestershire. For added flavor, add one or any
combination of the following: One tablespoon sherry, one table
spoon chopped pimento, one tablespoon chopped chives, one
tablespoon minced onion.
Cheese and Wine Bread
3 c. flour 1 tsp. salt
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1 package yeast 2tsp.tugar
1 2 c. dry white wine 3 eggs . .
12 c. butter 1c. cubed montarrey jack cheeee
Mix flour and yeast in a large bowl. In a saucepan heat wine,
butter, sugar and salt until shortening melts: stir constantly. Cool
to lukewarm and add to the dry Ingredients. Add eggs andbeat
on low speed of mixer for one-half minute, then on high speed for
three minutes. Stir in cheese and enough flour to make a soft
dough. . ,
Kneed on lightly-floured board about 10 minutes and place in
greased bowl, turning once to coat surface. Cover and let rise in
warm place until double (about 1 12 hours).
Punch down and let stand for 10 minutes. Then shape Into an
eight-inch round and place in greeted pie plate. Let rise until
double (about 40 minutes). Bake at 375 degrees about 40 minutes.
Cover with foil after about the first 20 minutes to prevent burning
crust. '
In Del Gustafson's "Word Unheard" column on
Wednesday, the sentence should have read "Nevertheless,
man does know if the genetic composition of the mature
adult is complete at conception," instead of "Neverthe-
less, man does not know.
The cutline for Tom Wolfe's drawing of Andy Warhol
that accompanied the book review Wednesday should
have read "Reprinted with the permission of Farrar,
Straus and Giroux from the The Painted Word, copy
right c 1975 by Tom Wolfe."
Todd McDaniel, chairman of the Arts and Sciences
Advisory Board, said he does not know if five people
mentioned in Thursday's Daily Nebraskan are being
considered for the dean of the College of Arts and
Sciences. McDaniel said that he does know these people
were on the preliminary list, but that he is not sure if
they are being considered seriously.
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